SIMULATION - BASED LEARNING
Simulation is a technique for practice and learning, applied to many different disciplines and trainees. It amplify real experiences with guided ones, often “immersive” in nature, that evoke or replicate substantial aspects of the real world in a fully interactive situation. Simulation-based learning develops knowledge, skills, and attitudes. It provides a valuable tool in learning to mitigate ethical tensions and resolve practical dilemmas. The techniques and strategies can be applied in designing structured learning experiences, teamwork competencies and learning objectives. An increasing number of Academic institutions and schools are now turning to simulation-based learning, it offers an additive benefit to the traditional didactic instruction, enhance performance, and possibly also help reduce errors.
Providing meaningful service to a community or organization while simultaneously gaining leadership skills, teamwork abilities, empathy, compassion, systems thinking and understanding as an integrated aspect of an academic program.
PLACE - BASED LEARNING
The process of using local community and environment as a starting point to teach concepts in science, geography, history, language arts, mathematics, social studies, ecology, and other subjects across the academic curriculum.